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Greg Fischer For Senate: "The Lesson"

Producer: Elliot Greenebaum

Greg Fischer For Senate: "The Lesson"


Running Time: 00:30

Debut Date: 05/10/2008

Ad Buy: statewide in Kentucky


Cost: not available

Summary: Fletcher hits Lunsford for endorsing a Republican candidate for governor in 2003.

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Script of "The Lesson" (TV)

BRUCE LUNSFORD [in campaign ads]: I want to change this picture.... Change.... Change....

GREG FISCHER: Politicians love to talk about changing.

BRUCE LUNSFORD: We need a complete change.

(Text on screen: Bruce Lunsford says change… What does Change mean to you?)

MARY FISCHER: What does change mean?

GREG FISCHER: Well sweetie, it means different things to different people.

(Text on screen: Lunsford joined McConnell and endorsed Ernie Fletcher)

BRUCE LUNSFORD [from Fletcher endorsement speech]: I do believe Ernie Fletcher is the candidate in this race, and it's my privilege to endorse him.

GREG FISCHER: To Bruce Lunsford, change meant deserting the Democratic Party.

MITCH MCCONNELL: We had both the change agents Bruce and Ernie at my house in Louisville talking about their vision of the future of Kentucky. It was clear that there was a lot in common.

MARY FISCHER [v/o]: Ew. We need change, change we can trust.

GREG FISCHER [v/o]: I'm Greg Fischer, and I approved this message.

(Text on screen: Paid For By Fischer For U.S. Senate)

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